Peripheral arterial disease, known in the media as PAD, can doom a person to a life of pain and disability. However, there is hope with this new secret weapon at home, a way to effectively administer EDTA at home in an affordable way. But do not confuse it with oral chelation because it is much more effective.
But what is PAD?
Let’s analyze that term and find out. Peripheral means remote or distant from the central trunk of the body. In this case it means causes of peripheral arterial disease affecting the extremities, mainly the legs. Of course, arterial refers to the arteries in the legs, the blood vessels that carry blood from the heart to the tissues.
Disease means that something is wrong with the arteries. In PAD, the arteries are hardened more often by deposits of cholesterol, toxins, and calcium, known as arteriosclerosis. These deposits narrow the inside of the artery. The more the artery narrows, the less blood can flow to the tissues. The small arteries that feed the tissues harden in PAD.
Over time, the arteries can become so clogged that blood cannot flow through them, which is called peripheral arterial occlusive disease.
As the arteries narrow and blood flow decreases, increasingly severe symptoms develop. At first, a person may notice pain in the legs when walking several blocks. Eventually, any walk can cause leg pain and cause the person to have to stop and rest frequently before resuming the walk. As PAD progresses, the entire body may be at risk of death from gangrene that can develop in the legs or feet.
Sometimes surgery to improve blood flow in large arteries increases blood flow enough to prevent amputation of the leg. Unfortunately, a leg amputation may be required if the small arteries become blocked because surgery cannot bypass all the tiny arteries. But amputation can be avoided when the person with PAD knows the secret weapon to reverse this obstruction, chelation therapy for peripheral arterial disease. And the wise person seeks and uses this most valuable weapon before arterial disease becomes so severe. One stitch in time saves nine.
So what is chelation?
Quelar means to grab or grab. EDTA, the main ingredient used in chelation therapy, binds and retains calcium, lead, cadmium, and other toxic metals that are deposited on arterial walls. EDTA chelation binds to these toxic metals that clog and flush them out of the body through the kidneys and intestines. It can enter these smaller arteries, the ones that surgeons could never avoid, and gradually clears the blocking material. With more room inside these blood vessels, blood flows through them again, bringing vital nutrients and oxygen to starving tissues. The more oxygen and nutrients enter the tissues, the further a person with PAD can walk before experiencing pain. Over time, that person regains the ability to walk long distances without pain. The toes turn pink again, and the legs and feet are alive again.

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